Here are the 10 cleanest railway stations in India
The railway stations were voted on the basis of passenger feedback so as to find gaps to push for cleanliness.
- Vishakhapatnam station emerged as the winner in Cleanliness Index
- Telangana stations were the second cleanest stations
- Khammam station comes in at 2nd position in Station Cleanliness from 285 Rank previous Year
Taking the 'Swachh Rail, Swachh Bharat' campaign forward, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu released a third party audit report on Station Cleanliness.
Several stations all over India were rated on the their cleanliness and on the basis of passenger feedback with a view to identify unclean spots or gaps.
One of the measures given in February 2016 Budget is ranking of A1 and A category stations based on regular periodic third party audit.
Here are 10 of the cleanest stations in India:
Vishakhapatnam railway station emerged as the winner in Cleanliness Index in A1 category, Beas has emerged as 1st winner in the A category station.
Secunderabad, South Central Railway, Telangana was the second cleanest stations in A1 category.
Jammu Tawi, Northern Railway, Jammu & Kashmir station was the third cleanest railway station in the A1 category, while Ahmednagar station, Central Railwa, in Maharashtra was the cleanest in the A category.
Vijayawada station in Andhra Pradesh was at fourth spot in A1 category and Durgapur station in West Bengal in A category were the cleanest stations in India.
Anand Vihar Terminal in Delhi was in fifth spot in A1 category and Mancherial in Telangana in the A category were the cleanest stations.
Lucknow station UP was in the sixth spot in the A1 category and Badnera in Maharashtra in the A category was voted in the clean stations list.
Gujarat's Ahmedabad station was in seventh spot in the A1 category and Rangiya Junction in Assam in the A category was in the list.
Jaipur station in Rajasthan and Warangal in Telangana was voted in eight spot in the A1 and A category, respectively.
In ninth spot was Pune in the A1 category and Damoh in Madhya Pradesh in A cateogry, while in tenth spot were Bangalore City, Karnataka in A1 category and Bhuj in Gujarat in A category.